Even more disgustingly, Muslim men don't have to wait to become a widower before they remarry. Nor even be divorced.Nosuperstition wrote:Once my mother told me somewhat disgustingly that amongst muslims,widows are allowed remarriage.
manfred wrote:NS, all this really has nothing to do with Islam in Sweden. Also, btw, of course can a Catholic widow or widower remarry, if they so wish. The death of a marriage partner simply "resets" the situation to the way is was before they were married. Not only can a widow or widower remarry, they can also join a monastic order if they wish, or, as a male, train for the priesthood.
I know nothing of this but more likely:Nosuperstition wrote:I have read that the one of the Catholic wives of Tom Cruise could not have a Catholic wedding due to some religious reason.So I thought that the Catholic Church does not allow widow remarriage.
Fernando wrote:Even more disgustingly, Muslim men don't have to wait to become a widower before they remarry. Nor even be divorced.Nosuperstition wrote:Once my mother told me somewhat disgustingly that amongst muslims,widows are allowed remarriage.
A word about demographics. I read some years ago that Northern Irish republicans were being urged to out-breed the loyalists. The former were, of course, Roman Catholics being ordered by the pope not to use contraception, which fitted nicely with the political agenda.pr126 wrote:A word about the politicians: when Muslims seize control by demography, violence, subterfuge, they will be the first to be eliminated.
Islam does not share power. It is a zero sum game.
Winner takes all.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4289770/Muslim-Brotherhood-creating-parallel-society-Sweden.htmlMuslim Brotherhood is creating a 'parallel social structure' in Sweden
Muslim Brotherhood aims to organise Muslims politically across the globe
Publication of damning document about the group has sparked a row in Sweden
The report was commissioned by Sweden's Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
By Hannah Al-Othman For MailOline
Published: 13:43, 7 March 2017 | Updated: 14:14, 8 March 2017
The Muslim Brotherhood is working to increase the number of practising Muslims in Sweden, a report claims
The Muslim Brotherhood is creating a 'parallel social structure' in Sweden with the help of 'political elites' who foster a culture of silence, a damning government report has found.
The document claims that the Brotherhood is building a 'parallel society' within the Scandinavian country, which can help the Islamist group to achieve its ends.
Founded in 1826, the Muslim Brotherhood aims to organise Muslims politically in order to create a global, Sunni Islamic Caliphate.
The group is arguably the largest Islamist organisation in the world and has in the past been linked to mainstream Islamic institutions, including to the Muslim Council of Britain.
The organisation has been accused of fostering links to militants and is classed as a terrorist organisation by the governments of Bahrain, Egypt, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.
The research focused on Muslim Brotherhood members both in Egypt and in Europe.
Publication of the damning document about the group has sparked a row in Sweden, with critics labelling the report 'conspiratorial' and claiming it misrepresents Islam.
A group of Muslims walk the Imam Hussein Memorial March in Malmo, Sweden
The report, which was published on Friday, was commissioned by Sweden's Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB), which is part of the country's Ministry of Defence.
The paper's authors claim the Brotherhood is working to increase the number of practising Muslims in Sweden, which they say encourages tension with the secular society and puts community cohesion in jeopardy.
The authors also claim the organisation is targeting political parties, NGOs, academic institutions and other civil society organisations.
'Islamists aim to build a parallel social structure competing with the rest of the Swedish society the values of its citizens. In this sense, MB's activists pose a long-term challenge in terms of the country's social cohesion', the report says.
The document, edited by Magnus Norell, claims that as migration to the country increases, so the problems will intensify.
'Migration from Africa and the Middle East is likely to continue in coming years, both in form of relatives and refugees', it says.
Jordanian Muslim Brotherhood supporters attend a protest in the country's capital Amman
'Given that MB's goal is to increase the number of practising Muslims in Swedish or European territory, there is a great likelihood that a 'tug of war' will occur between the majority community and the Islamic community with the MB's encouragement.'
The report further claims that those who criticise the group run the risk of being branded racist or Islamophobic.
However, the publication has been heavily criticised, with a group of 22 academics and religious experts questioning the methodology of the research.
The organisation has been accused of fostering links to militants and is classed as a terrorist organisation in Bahrain, Egypt, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates
In a blog post they said the suggestion that criticism in Islam was difficult in Sweden is 'almost conspiratorial', and said past research had refuted the idea that the Brotherhood was building a parallel society.
The blog post, which has academics at some of Sweden's top universities among its authors, read: 'The [report's] authors seem to conclude that Swedish Islam is a homogeneous phenomenon and that Swedish Muslims are led by the Muslim Brotherhood.
'It is a conclusion that goes against the overall research, which rather points towards the Muslim community being diverse and there being competition between Muslim groups.'
In response the report's editor, Magnus Norell, hit back at critics, telling public service broadcaster SVT: 'Had they smoked something before they read it?
'You just need to read the report. If someone doesn't accept this, there's not much I can do about it. It's proven.'
#GardenofSweden : Multiple fires in multiple cities…….
Arson in Malmo, Linköping, Västerås, Armadale and Gnesta
SWEDEN ON FIRE On Saturday and Sunday night car fires were reported in eg Linkoping, Kristinehamn, Torshälla and Lund. Schools were subjected to arson attacks in both Malmö and Västerås. On an industrial estate in Gnesta a gang of youths attempted to start several fires in buildings and cars, and in Tyreso, in southeastern Stockholm area, a car dealership suffered a major fire which is suspected to have been arson.
At 10 o’clock pm on Saturday night, a small fire broke out along the facade of a building in an industrial park in Gnesta. A bunch of ” youths ” had been seen in the area in connection with starting the fire. It turned out that the guys even tried to set fire to two cars and a silo in the same industrial park. When police arrived to the area, they had disappeared.
There is no indication that the gang of youths were identified or arrested. No identifying data is reported, to either in the police or in local press reports about the arson.
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At 14 o’clock on Saturday afternoon, it was discovered that a large number of cars were vandalized in the parking lot at the congress and sports center Nordichallen in Sundsvall. Reports that 30-40 vehicles have been subjected to vandalism . it was mainly car windows destroyed. There are no data on suspected or arrested for vandalism.
Around noon. 3:10pm on Saturday afternoon a car was set on fire in a car park at the Tors Hargs sports in Torshälla, just north of Eskilstuna. Some young people have been seen at the site when the fire started. There is no record that anyone arrested for the deed, and in the local paper’s short article about the incident reported no descriptions of the suspect youths.
Maybe that should be "channels dare not mention them".manfred wrote:These attacks are by now becoming so common place, that many news channels hardly mention them.
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